if you can’t afford to live in your own palace, you can see what it
might be like by visiting some of Nigeria’s most stunning palaces.
1. The Sultan of Sokoto’s Palace
palace is home to the Sultan of Sokoto, the traditional and spiritual
ruler of the Sokoto Caliphate who historically holds the most important
Muslim position in Nigeria.
The palace features an extensive courtyard, a mosque and luxurious bedrooms.
Located in the heart of Benin, the Benin palace houses the traditional ruling house and seat of authority of Benin.
Ooni’s palace has been in existence for centuries, as far back as 500
BC and is located in the centre of a city called Enuwa in Ile-Ife.
Palace to the Emir of Kano which is historically the second most important Muslim position in Nigeria after the Sultan of Sokoto
in Onitsha the commercial nerve center of Anambra State, this palace
plays residence to Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe, the obi of Onitsha.